Van Gogh, Monet, Degas Due to the popularity of the exhibition we strongly recommend reserving tickets in advance during this final week. Please note, exhibition galleries will be open until 9:00 p.m. July 9-15 ( Extended hours apply only to The Frick Art Museum.)
Visiting the Frick

Tours

Experience art and history in a distinctive, memorable way with a docent-led tour of Clayton, the historic home of the Henry Clay Frick family, and/or The Frick Art Museum. These tours provide you with opportunities to view fine and decorative arts from the Renaissance to the present, as well as learn how the Frick family lived during the turn of the 20th century.

Available Tours

We offer a variety of tours throughout the year. See below for current tour offerings. 
Clayton is an example of both the home of a wealthy Pittsburgh family and of late Victorian architecture and interior design. Visitors on the Life in the Gilded Age tour have the unique experience of learning about the Frick family, local history and Victorian social customs in the family’s home, where more than 90% of the furniture and artifacts on display are original.

Reservations are strongly recommended.
Photography is not permitted in Clayton.

COST:
Members: Free
General admission: $15
Seniors and students: $13
Children 16 and under: $8
Babies in arms: Free 
As a Blue Star Museums participant, we offer active-duty military and their immediate family free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

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Experience Clayton through the eyes of the women who lived and worked there during the turn of the 20th century. Social changes of the Gilded Age allowed for the rise of the "New Woman" as more women broke free from the "cult of domesticity" and a new working class emerged. The women of Clayton represent a range of social, economic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. Artifcats, personal acessories, photographs, and archival documents will illuminate the stories of Adelaide Frick and her daughter Helen as well as domestic staff including governess Marika Ogiz, lady's maid Pauline Turon, and maids Bridget Conroy and Mary Coyne. 

COST:
Members: Free
General admission: $15
Seniors and students: $13
Children 16 and under: $8
Babies in arms: Free 
As a Blue Star Museums participant, we offer active-duty military and their immediate family free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Schedule a Tour

 

History becomes real as children visit this intriguing 19th-century home, puzzle over touchable antique household tools, and hear stories about growing up long ago. Curiosity and questions are encouraged! These just-for-families tours are most appropriate for kidsa ges 6 and up, accompanied by an adult.

COST:
Members: Free
General admission: $15
Seniors and students: $13
Children 16 and under: Free
As a Blue Star Museums participant, we offer active-duty military and their immediate family free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Schedule a Tour
Intrigued by the Playhouse and want to see it for yourself? Ever wonder about the interior and history of Haller House, the administrative building next to The Café (hint: it wasn't a Frick resdence!)? Join us on Saturdays and Sundays in July, August and September for a chance to view both of these spaces on a new 30 minute tour. This guided tour takes you into both buildings and uses archival materials and photographs to explore the stories and uses for these buildings through the years.

Free for members
$7 non-members

Tour times vary on Saturdays and Sundays.
 
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Docent-led tours of the permanent collection at The Frick Art Museum are available by appointment.

COST: $10 per person 

Please call 412-371-0600 to make a reservation.

Group tours of Clayton, The Frick Art Museum, and The Car and Carriage Museum are available.

Please visit our group tours page for more information.

Group Tours